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[audio]Alan Gilbert lecture on documentary poetics, July, 2000. - Gilbert, Alan
A lecture on documentary poetry and cultural poetics by Alan Gilbert. The lecture includes music and ends with a question and answer period. [by Ann] Alan Gilbert lectures on art, literature, and culture. He discusses works of art as social documentary, alleging that all art is site specific, all cultures are hybrid, and works of art have different effects in different contexts. He uses Walker Evans's photographs, Harry Smith's recordings of folk music, Anselm Hollo's poem High plains drifting a...
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[audio]Alan Gilbert reading, July, 2000. - Gilbert, Alan
First half of a Naropa Summer Writing Program Faculty Reading, with Alan Gilbert reading five poems, including an excerpt from "The subjects of kings, of falcon alert." (Continues on 00P084)
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[audio]Reading with Gilbert, Hunt part 2 June 2004 - Gilbert, Alan; Hunt, Laird
A reading, tape 2 of 2, given by Alan Gilbert and Laird Hunt at Naropa University June 19, 2004. Gilbert reads from two long poems in progress. Hunt reads from a selection of prose concluding with 1 1/2 chapters from his manuscript Dear Laird Hunt Author of The Impossibly." This is part 2 of 2.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Lecture part 2 October 1983 - Ginsberg, Allen
This is the second portion of a class on Autobiographical Poetry/Writing. The class begins with Allen Ginsberg (AG) talking about the upcoming protest at Rocky Flats and there is much discussion about logistics. The class then reads from Reznikoff's Volume I and students begin sharing their material. Intermitently during the student readins, Allen provides feedback and gives concrete examples from their respective works on how to condense and improve the immediacy of the writing...
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on William Carlos Williams and prosody, part 2, June, 1976. - Ginsberg, Allen
First half of a second class with Allen Ginsberg discussing William Carlos Williams's prosody. (First class is on 76P050-051) This discussion touches on the various prosodies and writing processes of William Burroughs, Andrei Voznesensky, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Thomas Wyatt and Jack Kerouac. Ginsberg focuses on the way in which prosody might serve idiosyncratic thought patterns and an individual's rhythms...
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Class 19th Century Poetry part 11 October 1981 - Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg class, 19th century poetry begins with continued discussion of Wordsworth's "Prelude" from class on 81P167. Ginsberg reads from Book 11 Line 106, Book 12 line 208 and Book 14 lines 10-61. There is some discussion of Reznikof and his Five Groups of Verse. Then the class moves on to Coleridge's Kubla Khan, which is read aloud and discussed.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class, American value, part 4, March, 1987. - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of part 4 of an Allen Ginsberg workshop on American value. Ginsberg continues his discussion of William Carlos Williams and moves on to the poets Louis Zukovsky and Charles Reznikoff. (Continued from 87P085)
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Workshop part 1 April 1981 - Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg subtitutes for a workshop class taught by Tom Pickard recorded April 1, 1981 at Naropa. In this class, Allen discusses poetic composition using Corso, Marshall,Spicer, Kerouac, Blake, Pound, Williams, Bunting and others as examples. Later, students present their work and Ginsberg gives critiques often discussing the methods of composition, structureing, and selection of vocabulary in poetry...
Downloads: 254
[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on William Carlos Williams and prosody, part 2, June, 1976. - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of an Allen Ginsberg class on prosody, with Ginsberg discussing the necessity of writing mirroring, or being a good secretary, to one's own mind. Through benevolent, indifferent attention, says Ginsberg, a person's total subjectivity becomes total objectivity. (Continued from 76P052)
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics class 30 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature course, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute May 18, 1980. Ginsberg begins the class by discussing Sapphic meter in Ancient Greek poetry. He then moves on to read various poet's take on the Greek form. Ginsberg ends the class with the students sharing their own sapphic poems. This is class 30 of 33.
Downloads: 282
[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on William Carlos Williams and prosody, June, 1976. - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of a class with Allen Ginsberg discussing prosody as a method of arranging thought patterns on the page, specifically in relation to William Carlos Williams and the New American Poetry. Ginsberg focuses on his own prosody, as well as those of Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, and Charles Olson. He also reads examples from Williams and discusses the history of prosody. (Continued from 76p050.)
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg lecture on English and American lyric poetry, July, 1996. - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of an Allen Ginsberg lecture on English and American lyric poetry. Ginsberg reads Sir Walter Raleigh's "The lie," Christophr Marlowe's "The passionate shepherd to his love," Hector Berlioz and Giuseppe Verdi requiems, George Peel's "As when the rye reached to the chin" and "Hot sun, cool fire, tempered with sweet air, and Robert Southwell's "The burning babe." (Continued from 96P049)
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics class 31 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute May 22, 1980. Ginsberg spends the class reading and discussing the work of various poets throughout the ages who have dealt with the Sapphic form, from the ancient Greeks to Ezra Pound. Included are a number of different translations of works by Catullus. Ginsberg also plays recordings of Ed Sanders reciting poems by Sappho and Blake...
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Class 19th Century Poetry part 6 October 1981 - Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg class on 19h Century Poetry. This class begins with a class organizing and distribution of papers and handouts. The discussion begins with background and catchup regarding Blake's 6th book and leads into the lecture for the day which is a line by line breakdown and discussion of Blake's 7th book. The material is read with detail and explanantion of symbology with some comparison to Shelley's "Triumph of Life." This class also incorporates a discussion about the Four Zoas which rel...
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class, American value, part 2, March, 1987. - Ginsberg, Allen
Part 2 of an Allen Ginsberg workshop on American value. Ginsberg looks at what a value is, what is of value, and at poetry that addresses these questions. He focuses on the work of artist and poet Marsden Hartley, reading and discussing his poems, including "Three small feathers," "As the buck lay dead," "Albert Ryder, moonlightist," and others. Ginsberg also touches on the work of William Carlos Williams and Ezra Pound.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Class part 4 August 1981 - Ginsberg, Allen
A class in an Allen Ginsberg course on expansive poetics. The class opens with Ginsberg talking about the painter/poet Marsden Hartley. Ginsberg reads Hartley's I admire my native city, Spring, Drama number one, and Window cleaner to nude mannequin. The class does a choral reading of Vachel Lindsay's The Congo and talks about Lindsay's life. Ginsberg reads William Carlos Williams' To Elsie and a section of The Clouds...
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics, Class 17 - Ginsberg, Allen
This is the 17th session of a class in basic poetics taught by Allen Ginsberg in 1980 at the Naropa Institute. In this class, Ginsberg reads and discusses a number of songs by Shakespeare. During the last part of the class the students recite spontaneous poems. This is class 17 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Class 19th Century Poetry part 10 October 1981 - Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg 19th Century Poetics: Wordsworth's "Prelude." This class goes through a series of pieces of Wordsworth's Prelude. This is a very long poem separated into books. AG reads aloud from Books 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10. There is commentary intermittently dispersed through each reading and comparisons of Wordsworth to other authors. In the beginning of the class, there is a long digression on synchronicity, as Book 5 has "Spots of Time" which is a recount of a dream originally of Descartes.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class, American value, part 3, March, 1987. - Ginsberg, Allen
First half of part 3 of an Allen Ginsberg workshop series on American value. Ginsberg reads several poems as examples of the mind in operation, and talks about how poetry can arise from meditation practice and ordinary mind. He reads and discusses the work of Charles Reznikoff, William Carlos Williams, and other writers. (Continues on 87P084)
Downloads: 252
[audio]Allen Ginsberg class, American value, part 1, March, 1987. - Ginsberg, Allen
Part 1 of an Allen Ginsberg workshop on American value. Ginsberg looks at what a value is, what is of value, and at poetry that addresses these questions. He focuses on the work of artist and poet Marsden Hartley, reading and discussing his poems, including "Three small feathers," "As the buck lay dead," "Albert Ryder, moonlightist," and others. Ginsberg also touches on the work of William Carlos Williams and Ezra Pound.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics, Class 26 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute April 28, 1980. The majority of the class is spent reading and discussing the work of the poets John Suckling and Andrew Marvell. The work of Anne Bradstreet, Abraham Cowley, Richard Crawshaw, Thomas Carew, and Richard Lovelace is also discussed. This is class 26 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics, Class 19 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute March 27, 1980. Ginsberg begins discussing the prosody of Robert Creeley then segues into the bulk of the lecture centered around the poetry of the English Metaphysical poet John Donne. This is class 19 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics class 24 April 1980 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute April 21, 1980. Ginsberg and class begin by discussing the poetry of Hart Crane and John Milton with regards to prosody. Ginsberg spends most of the rest of the class reading from and discussing John Milton's Paradise Lost. This is class 24 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics class 13 February 1980 - Ginsberg, Allen
A continuation of the thirteenth class on Basic Poetics taught by Allen Ginsberg in 1980 at Naropa. In this tape the class discusses Hart Crane and Sir Phillip Sydney. This is class 13 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics, Class 23 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature class taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute, April 14, 1980. Ginsberg and class read and discuss the poetry of Hart Crane, George Herbert, Henry King and Dylan Thomas. Ginsberg also speaks extensively about the notions of condensation, vision and meter. This is class 23 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Class 19th Century Poetry, part 7 - Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg Class on 19th Century Poetry. This class is a continuation of topic from 81P163 with AG doing a close reading of William Blake's "Four Zoas" book 7. There is some reference to the historical context of Blake's time and the influence it had upon the writing along with discussion regarding Blake's symbology and hermetic background.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics, Class 22 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institure April 10, 1980. Ginsberg and class discuss and read from the works of Ben Jonson and Robert Herrick. Ginsberg focuses mostly on the prosody of these to poet's work. This is class 22 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class, American value, part 4, March, 1987. - Ginsberg, Allen
First half of part 4 of an Allen Ginsberg workshop on American value. Ginsberg discusses the work of William Carlos Williams, including the poems "The trees," "To a friend," and "Poor old Abner." (Continues on 87P086)
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[audio]Ginsberg class on Williams part 2 July 1987 - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of an Allen Ginsberg class on his mentor William Carlos Williams. Ginsberg compares the work and influences of Wordsworth, Whitman, and Reznikov, and reads from Williams's "Prelude," "Cambridge in the Alps," "Rain," and others. He gives examples of Williams's writing techniques and relates some of them to the meditative mind. (Continued from 87P013)
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Lecture part 1 October 1983 - Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg Class on Autobiographical Poetry. He has the students read their respective pieces that relate to autobigraphy and then he reads many sections of Reznikoff's autobiographical poetry. He mentions David Copes "Quiet Lives" and Joe Brainards's poem, "I Remember" as good resources for this style of writing. He also talks about Kerouac's book movie and methods for list making and fact organizing so that poem is a quick flash of images that have structured one's life...
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on American vision. - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of a class with Allen Ginsberg discussing the convergence of Walt Whitman and William Blake, negative capability, meditation and clear seeing. (First half of class currently not available.) Keywords: New American Poetry, beat movement, Buddhism, spirituality and literature
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class, Pound, Wordsworth, and Poe, July, 1992. - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of an Allen Ginsberg survey class on historical poetics. Ginsberg discusses topics, styles, and modes that he found useful in his own poetry, and that every poet should know. He includes a discussion of preliterate traditions; quantitative verse, including classic meters and long and short vowels; sonnets; song forms; and a discussion of poetry expressing states of consciousness. He shows how older forms are still alive in the work of contemporary poets, using as examples the works o...
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[audio]On the road: The Jack Kerouac conference, Allen Ginsberg workshop, July, 1982. - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of an Allen Ginsberg workshop for On the road: The Jack Kerouac conference, sponsored by the Naropa Institute. Ginsberg discusses rhythm, poetry and rhyme. The workshop ends with a question and answer session. (Continued from 82P316B)
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[audio]Ginsberg reading Sincerity rap July 1985 - Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg concludes his reading at the Naropa Institute, featuring "Sincerity rap" and a notebook entry for the day of the reading, 7/21/1985.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics, Class 21 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute April 17, 1980. Ginsberg begins the class by discussing and reading from George Herbert. He then reads a selection of Jack Kerouac's poetry finally ending by reading and discussing selections of James Shirley and Thomas Carey's poetry. This is class 21 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics class 29 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institiute May 15, 1980. For the duration of the class Ginsberg discusses Saphhic meter using various poems to demonstrate the ancient form. This is class 29 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class, Pound, Wordsworth, and Poe, July, 1992. - Ginsberg, Allen
First half of an Allen Ginsberg survey class on historical poetics. Ginsberg discusses topics, styles, and modes that he found useful in his own poetry, and that every poet should know. He includes a discussion of preliterate traditions; quantitative verse, including classic meters and long and short vowels; sonnets; song forms; and a discussion of poetry expressing states of consciousness. He shows how older forms are still alive in the work of contemporary poets, using as examples the works of...
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Class July 1981 - Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg class on Expansive Poetry. This class begins with AG talking about the change in writing as time and technology progressed with repsect to voyage writing and travel accounts. He reads from Carpenter's "The secret of time and satan" and then there is a digressive conversation about meditation and being mindful and the San Franscisco New School. Then the class reads Dunan's "The lightfoot hears you and the darkness begins" and there is talk about the Whitmanesque quality of the writ...
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on Walt Whitman and William Wordsworth - Part 1 - Ginsberg, Allen
First half of a class with Allen Ginsberg reading and discussing the work of Walt Whitman and William Wordsworth, focusing on their later work. Ginsberg reads examples of Whitman's prose and poems, including "Sands at Seventy," Wordsworth's "Tintern Abbey," and examples of Wordsworth's "bad poetry." Ginsberg also reads and discusses Wordsworth's sonnets in favor of capital punishment, "Sonnets on the Punishment of Death." (Continues on 76p072.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; beat movement; political poetry; transcendental poetry
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics class 2 January 1980 - Ginsberg, Allen
Continuation of a Basic Poetics class by Allen Ginsberg in 1980. In this class he explores the world of 13th-15th C. poetry. "Drop this poetry like acid," says Allen. This is class 2 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics class 11 February 1980 - Ginsberg, Allen
The eleventh in a series of a basic poetics class taught by Allen Ginsberg in 1980 at Naropa. In this class he continues his discussion of Basil Bunting, Campion and Dowland. Works read and discussed include Thou Must Home to Shadow Underground and Follow Thy Fair Sun by Campion. This is class 11 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics class 33 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute May 29, 1980. Ginsberg spends the majority of the class fielding questions from the class and discussing the practice of writing with regards to his own work and the work of his peers. Ginsberg ends the class by singing sections of Blake's "The Songs Of Innocence and of Experience." This is class 33 of 33.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics class 4 January 1980 - Ginsberg, Allen
The fourth in a series of a basic poetics class taught by Allen Ginsberg in 1980 at Naropa. In this class he continues his discussion of Old English poetry stressing this time the alliterative aspects of the verse. Also included is Old Anglo-Saxon alliterative verse such as Beowulf and Sir Gwain and the Green Knight then shifts into The Age of Anxiety by W. H. Auden (who in this 100 pg. poem uses Old English meter and Anglo-Saxon alliteration) to draw a fine juxtaposition in the evolution and di...
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[audio]Ginsberg Class Improvised Poetics part 2 July 1988 - Ginsberg, Allen
This is the second part to a class from 88P045. Tape begins with Allen Ginsberg and his class discussing images to create text and cliche and the faults associated with insecurity of self image related to writing. Discussion evolves to mention Whitman's "Song of Myself" and Kerouac and their candid nature and the consequences or beauties associated with recreating reality. The class then moves on to language poets and what they embody with a student reading Stephen Rodefer's "Words in Works in R...
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[audio]Ginsberg class on Williams part 1 July 1987 - Ginsberg, Allen
This recording from July 6, 1987 is of a class taught by Allen Ginsberg on his mentor William Carlos Williams. Ginsberg compares the work and influences of Wordsworth, Whitman, and Reznikoff and reads from Williams' "St. Jame's Grove," "An Early Martyr," and "Rain" as well as others. He gives examples of Williams' writing techniques and relates some of them to the meditative mind.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Class 19th Century Poetry, part 4 - Ginsberg, Allen
AG class on 19th Century Poetry, particularly Shelley's "Epipsychidion" and "Triumph of Life." AG relates "Epipsychidion" as an orgasmic poem climaxing at the end. There is much discussion regarding the climactic poem. AG mentions writers like Hart Crane, Herman Melville and Kerouac as emulating the climactic writing. The then digresses into conversation regarding marriage and sex. There is talk about body forms like Michealangelo's "The David" and then onto Shelley's "Triumph of Life." A studen...
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Basic Poetics, class 28 - Ginsberg, Allen
A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute May 12, 1980. Ginsberg begins the class by speaking about the heroic couplet form. Ginsberg then segues into reading and discussing the poetry of John Dryden, Simon Wastell, Thomas Vaughn, Thomas Traherne, Edward Taylor and The Earl Of Rochester. This is class 28 of 33.
Downloads: 278
[audio]Allen Ginsberg Class 19th Century Poetry part 12 October 1981 - Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg 19th Century Poetics class on Coleridge. AG reads many lines from "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" with discussion around the language, imagery and structure. He then acquaints the poem to being a parable about junk because Coleridge was a junky. AG then reads "The Aeolian Harp", "Ode to the departing year", "This lime tree bower, my prison", "Dejection in ode" and "To Lewti." There is a discussion regarding the word "wierd" and then som etalk about the Buddhist notion of renounc...
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg Class on American Vision, Part 1 - Ginsberg, Allen
First half of a class with Allen Ginsberg discussing the convergence of Walt Whitman and William Blake, negative capability, meditation and clear seeing. Click for second half of Ginsberg's class.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg lecture on English and American lyric poetry, July, 1996. - Ginsberg, Allen
First half of an Allen Ginsberg lecture on English and American lyric poetry. Ginsberg reads William Blake's "Let the brothels of paris be opened," "The gray monk," "The Mask of anarchy," "The ballad of Sir Patrick Spense," "The Holy land of walsingham" and "Weep you no more, sad fountains," followed by Thomas Wyatt's "My lute awake," "Forget not yet," "They flee from me," "Gasgoyne's lullaby" and "Tickborn's elegy." (Continues on 96P050)
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